What a great year it has been for The Chainsmokers. But, even after their quick rise to fame with the infamous track ”#SELFIE”, the duo continue to stay true to their original, uplifting sound. Remix after remix, I am impressed with their ability to put a sin-kissed spin on any tune. With a strong melody and super dynamic vocals from Bebe Rexha (who wrote “Monster” for Rihanna & Eminem, btw), “Drinking About You” is the perfect display of The Chainsmokers’ outstanding production capabilities. In addition to their rad remix, you may also want to check out “Kanye“, their first single released since “#SELFIE” .
Belgian producers Renato Marquez and Miguel Fernandez of the Jetlag duo have put out yet another brilliant track. Debuting with Anjunadeep, “Walk With Me” showcases Jetlag’s deep side while featuring Esther’s majestic vocals, Renato’s beautiful violin, and absolute chill vibes. Available for purchase here; enjoy!
Bronze Whale has been on a roll this year putting out the freshest edits and chill trap tracks. This month, the Texas duo took Gorgon City’s track “Here For You” and turned it into something groundbreaking. Deep, heavy, and soul-hitting, this remix showcases the combination of house and chill trap in the most liberating manner. Grab this track on iTunes alongside some huge names in the industry!
Beyond stoked to share True North Collective’s unreal first official project composed of two fresh new EP’s from TNC’s own, Chet Porter and theO. Chet Porter and theO are the founding artists of the True North Collective, working hard since its creation in 2012 to hone in on an original sound that pushes the boundaries of their respective genres forward. They have been working on music together for nearly 6 years, celebrating their growth as artists with a joint EP release for their first official projects. With The Sun In My Eyes, Something Changed is the first step into the world of the True North Collective, compiling delicate, progressive electronic compositions with soulful, intelligent rap tracks. The final product project is meant to be listened to in full, and taken as the first warning shot fired at the music industry from the True North camp. So take a minute and enjoy these soul-hitting tracks and be sure to stay on the look out for the drop of TNC’s crisp clothing line this fall at http://truenorthcollective.ca/.
The absolute last thing anybody wants is a shy performing artist. That being said, it is also important to use some form of discretion in the beginning stages of a music career while simultaneously maintaining a strong sense of confidence during delivery. Whether we like it or not, some things are meant to be seen, intended to be heard, simply because they are so obnoxiously prevalent (for better or for worse). Markham’s dearest Mickey Blue’s third single “Flamboyancy” imposes statements left, right and center, making it abundantly clear to his peers that there’s no going back now.